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knows when it is pleased. It is always
pleased with the fragrant and peculiar
Which has been for more than a quarter
of a century the desire and delight cf
comfort lovers everywhere. It strikes
tiie taste of many fastidious smokers.
Blackwell's Durham Tobacco Co.,
DURHAM, N. C.
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tlwir t:Liiions t)rranti or i hii
liiritio tliein full DP tilliirv
to te. -
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until the arente d' rent iatn
n.it It mciiWKS li:s PIMPKIiTV
trateil catalogue, witli net prices tr.;e.
Mason & Hamlin Orgj-n and Piano Co
BOSTON. K',V YOUIC CllICAGO.
For Atchinwin. Ft. Josey!). I.e:iven
worth. Kansas City. St. I-ouin.
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INFORMATION AS TO KATK
Call at Depot or address
H. C. TOVXSENI.
G. r. A. St. Louis. Mo.
J. C. i'HILLIFTJ.
A. G. P. A. Omaha.
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SIT II THE TDllS Of IHt SlUfkBIa Dr OlStajU
f By aUt eerole csort to a tnoJtiT-,
cct no asewijut now ncciimur
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now ts Enlarr and Strenthea ffIAI,DBSeiu
tMAHSdt FAElS'f BODY mad. plain to aU irterMted.
ERIE MEDICAL CO. SUFPALO,.Y.
Chamberlain's Eye and Mn
A certain cure for Chronic Sere Eyes
Tetter. Salt Rbfeum, Scald Head, Ofc
Chronic Sores, Fever Sores, Eczema,
Itch, Prairie Scratches, Sore ITipplea
and Piles. It is cooling and soothing.
Hundreds of cases have been cured by
It after all other treatment had failed.
It Is put up in 23 and 50 cent boxea.
F. H. KLLEXBAUM, Prop.
The best of fresh meat always found
this market. Also iresa
KjrffH and Butter.
Wild game of all kinds kept in their
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How Lost! How Regained!
Or SELF-PRESERVATION. A new and only
Gold Medal PUIZB ESSAY on NERVOUS and
PHYSICAL. DEBILITY, ERRORS of
YOUTH. EXHAUSTEU VITALITY, PRE
MATURE DECLIKE, and all DISEASES
and WEAKNESSES of MAN. 300 pagea, cloth,
eilt; 126 inTataable prescription. Only $1.00
by mail, doable aeaied. Descriptir Proepect
cs with endorsements mpr crun
of the Press and olantarr l-KI- I- StyJt
testimonials of the cured. HUH.
Consultation in person or by mail. Expert treat
ment. INVIOLABLE SECRECY and CER
TAIN CURE. AddreM Ir. W. H. Porker, or
The Peabody Medical Institute, No. 4 Bolfluch St..
The Peabody Medical Institute baa many imi.
tatoni, but no aqual. Herald.
The Science of Life, or Self Preservation, is a
treasure more Tivluable than irold. Head H now,
everr WEAK and NERVOUS man, and Warn lo
be STRONG . Medicul Krtietc. CC'eniriahted-
Curt f'tr lmpotanc. Los
of Xcuihcod, Stmlnal
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Loss of Mimortf, Ac. Will
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wit aoo Bom. AaMr
liUti 2asvuiat 0-,
a 010 LuaaaAwe.
I Uwau't l.iJ.e l'ollcru.rii.
j ' There is a hors" in t'lv-j town which
has :i Uou'uVj minion in life. One part
i 'A it is t' y it ? lives a.- rapidly us possi
i lie with ji ton r tw t upp indus be
; i.iiid it; tl.eot.ier is 1 in. ike as many
j vacancies a. 11. 1c ia t!;u jiolieo force.
! Tli'- ;.T;ii::;:l is a va! t.".Me one, well
j irained :-!.d g"'-d t lo . at. For the
I tirciin ii it. has a .v fV; irtl regard, t-
wanl ritiz--!'- in g-'i-r.ii it his the
L.iUghiii -s. whieh gt-nvially goes forth
i with a place in the uhlio eervice. hat
' toward polieeiiicii it di 'plays the fiercest
!ff atitip.ithi. Th? horse U longs to
i one of the - n'p.-i'iies station 1 far down
' town. :ir;d ti.e e::i-ifc house is rather
! cva:!:"' 1. People having occasion to
j t .'.ti r 1 place i:.;Ve to pasx close to the
1 a!iiiu.d.s f-t:ill. and as a result the iik;..-
1: r of the police force who has business
i:i the house is likely to have a. lively
lime of it. To he safe he has to climb
around hack of a tender and then make
his way ;:Iong with the caution needed
to keep him out of range of the horse's
T f .n ... .iiiuu ..'. r ti sitiimnl it is R
bite or a kick, acconlins to the end
t whieh is HM-nelunl. The tLeineii who
are thoroughly acijwdnted with the e-N j
culiarities of the steed have a very rea- i
sonable explanation of its aversion to
brass buttons. It is that at some time a
policeman clubbed it, at a time when
the excitement of a fire made him for
get that perhax'S a horse may have a
lunger memory than a taxpayer and
more time to devote to carrying out
schemes of revenge. Ever since that
day no policeman has been able to ap
proach the horse without having good
reason to re
-ent Lis temerity. New
Reply Paid I'oKtal Curds.
Reply paid postal cards have been in
use in Austria for many years, and would
be economical and convenient in domes
tic as well as in foreign correspondence.
They are composed of two unseparated
postal cards, folded m the form of a sin
gle card, and need no other fastening.
A correspondent can insure a correct
ly addressed and probably prompt an
swer by writing his full address on the
reply fold of the card before mailing it;
the card, on its first journey, being fold
ed so as to cover the reply address. The
receiver has simply to write his answer
on the reply card, tear it off the inquiry
card and remail it.
If one does not care to preserve the in
quiry or to write a long answer, rue
cards need not be separated. In that
case a reph perfectly intelligiole. un
equivocal and binding for all business
purposes may be written in one or two
words in answer to a uirect question.
The words "yes" or "no" or "forty
or "41 leinpie i-iace or "tosion or
Smivh & Jones" or "C per cent." or any
other short replies, signed with initials
or full name, without any heading of
place or date, would, in connection wiih
the attached inquiry card, convey as full
and dennit3 an answer, and show as
plainly when, where and by whom it
was written, as an -answer on an ordi
nary card or letter that contain besides
place, date and address a summary of
the inquiry to which it is a reply.
tiVven Oue Man Ilntcs.
One of the meanest of conversational
tricks is a favorite one with women. A
fellow has something real nice and
clever to say. lie is rounding up nicely
to it. when s jsne chit cf a woman takes
a gasp and .says, "Oh. yes! I know what
you mean." and, by jingo, says it. Of
course she gets all the credit. I do hate a
woman like that. She is the kind of
woman who says, "Ah, yes!" and then
goes oil iiiVo a poetic illustration of the
fact you have announced something
nice and dreamy that sli9 never could
have said by herself. 1 hate that sort of
woman, making herself seem so clever
and bright and poetic and all that from
She 1 aligns before you have got your
funny story out and says. "Yes, isn't it
funny?" It makes it so easy for you to
go on. that does. Actually, sometimes
she will finish it for you. That is the
kind of woman 1 hate too. She is al
ways coming in with a "Yes, but," and
upsetting what you have said, or else
hauling out another side of it that you
didn't mean to have brought up. I hate
women like that. 1 say let women leara
to cook and sew frills, not talk iike
idiots. Washington Post.
Street Car Companien Not Responsible.
An incident of special interest in con
nection with the electric street car line
of Halle, Germany, is that the German
government stopped the running of the
electric cars immediately after the open
ing ceremony, because they interfered
with the proper working of the tele
grama and telephones. The case came
before the law courts and the judges de
cided in favor of the railroad company,
stating that the streets of a city were in
tended for general traffic, and that their
course could not be altered, but that the
postal authorities could easily make any
necessary deviation in the line of the
telegraph and telephone wires so as to
place them beyond the influence of the
electric lines, which use the rails and
earth for the return circuit. New York
A Soutli African Anlnip.l.
There is a curious looking animal if
South Africa that looks for all the world
like a piece of toast with four legs, -i
head and a tail. It resembles a p;i.-.y
cat about the forehead and ears, but its
nose is distinctly that of a rat. whi!- it
tail is not very dissimilar to that of
fox. This strange animal is called rh?
aardwolf , and doubtless dwells in South
Africa Viecause, judged by his looks. 1
would not be admitted into good annua 1
society anywhere else. Karier"8 Youii
A Women Hntel Clerk.
The most gorgeous creature eve
evolved in the way of an American lmt.
clerk is far less pleaemg .to loot upon
than ih ::etit" r;rl in U
aek wild lilies
your ioands. shillings a
!: .:; ; in the
office of a hotel in London. Ii:v.
A Itrowning Man's Experience. j
To prevent uny person from interfer
ing with 'my design I Junijied into the
river late in the afternoon Friday. No
one appeared to be alont at the time.
When I -struck tha water 1 immediately
ank, going down and down, and yet
beii.g carried forward until I thought 1
would nev r again arise. A sound roared
through u:y head: it seemed to me it
would bnrst. 1 opened my mouth and
iv!::npted to breathe, being unable to
endure the pressure longer, but. thy
water reviicd iu i:nl 1 closed my mouth.
I V i.s again compelled to open it. Mora
water entered. The feeling was horri
ble. i Just when I thought all was over I
reached the surface of the water at out
fifty feet from the shore and 100 feet
from where I had jumped in. Nearby
was ii steamboat en which stood a man
; with a long pole with an iron hook on
' the end. It took only a second to f-ee
! those things, and in fact 1'jhad just time
; to get one breath when I ajhin sank with
j in- mouth open. My past life flashed
I before me, and I was again a child. Tin
lcture of my father uuu mother tu.. i
i reuemu uut
Il.lIKl It- L1LVJJ1. X lie ill ill.- nan..
kouikIkI like the .sweetest of innsie.
Sud.lenly I saw light and thought 1 wj:s
in aradise. A large screen tiehl cover-il
with roses antl other flowers, whose fra
granee 1 could smell, came in view. 1
felt as if I was heina: borne up Vy some
winged messenger whom I could net
see, but whose presence 1 could feel.
I rememljered nothing more until I
felt a rough jerk. My rescuer had suc
ceeded in fastening the boathook in my
clothing. As my body was being piilled
from out of the water the picture
changed; instead of paradise, the place
in which the devil dwells, with all its
fires and swarming with hideous, red
dressed creatures and other things, pre
sented themselves in my mind, only to
again quickly disappear and leave me
in darkness. When I came to I was sur
prised to learn I had been unconscious.
Every muscle in my body pained me.
but my brain was perfectly clear.
Drowning, after the first stages are pa't,
is pleasant. St. Louis Republic.
Andiron as Ornaments.
Genuine antique andirons are compar
atively rare in New York, and they are
for the most part of simple design, al
though ornate in detail often. The very
earliest andirons were of wrought iron,
and few of them have come down to
this century, especially in America.
One characteristic of early forais was
the curved top, ending iu a diamond
shaped mass of iron, from lJto3ir.ches
in diameter. The goat's foot, not with
divided hoof, however, is a common
characteristic of early form, in brass as
well as iron.
When the andiron was developed as
en ornament, small andirons, called
creepers, came to be used with the larje
ones. The latter were for show; the
creepers were to hold the logs, and per
haps to prevent them rolling out upon
the floor. The creepers were of wrought
iron, with front only ten or twelve inches j
high, curving into a ball. Later they
were used alone in small fireplaces and
imitated and elaborated in brass. They
are not uncommon at the antique shops,
and they are eractly imitated in wrought
iron by modern manufacturers and sold
at from sl.ijii to S3 a pair. Another
comparatively early form is a wrought
iron strip with simply wrought iron feet
and a brass knob at the top. New Y'ork
One of L.:loucliere's Storiea.
One of Labouchere's stories about the
admiralty and the way "My Lords" con
duct their labors at Whitehall is as fol
lows: A few years ago a gun was lost by
bursting in the Sea of Marmora., r.r.d
upon reading the report of the admiral
in command of the fleet "My Lords" were
moved to telegraph to ask whether there
was any chance of the muzzle of the
gun being recovered. The answer was
that in view of the fact that the gun
had been lost in eighty fathoms of wa
ter, nearly out of sight of land, where
no cross bearings could have been taken,
the likelihood of its recovery was ver y
remote. Thereupon "My Lords" wanted
to know why no engineer's accounts had
been sent in from the vessel in question,
but they ceased telegraphing when the
admiral replied that the ship had beer,
for ten years a sailing ship! Cor. New
Athletics in a, Theater.
On one occasion during Mrs. Langtry's
tenancy of the St. James' theater, ath
letic sports were held on the stage after
the evening performance, in which not
only the members of the company, but
also Mrs. Langtry and her sister took
part. One rather novel event, which
was confined to the stage hands, was a
race from the stage to the gallery, in the
center of which Mrs. Langtry's hand
kerchief had been suspended. This was
awarded to the fortunate winner, to
gether with a substantial monetary ad
dition. London Tit-Bits.
Snakes That Climb Trees.
Those pit vipers without rattles which
belong to the Old World (Trimeresuri )
are Indian, and a dozen different species
are given and described by Mr. Boulen
ger. They are robust snakes, with rather
short tails, which can strongly grasp,
and thus they are enabled to climb about
trees which form their natural habitat.
Perfumes Sometimes Injurious.
As a rule whatever perfume is un
pleasant to the individual should be
avoided, but as exceptions occur to
every rtile. nervousness or debility
which cannot be accounted for may
sometimes be explained by the use of a
well known perfume. St. Louis Globe
Democrat. A Charming Tribute.
"Papa," said a little girl who had
been getting a great many satisfactory
answers to a great many questions,
"what's the use of our having a dic
tionary in the house while you are here?"
Kra I II " !tuiaii f.
On a lucr.i f the lnipecanoc river.
tv- n !: t ai' i i;i !i!ing-dr,.', r
a nwlitary gr.iv-. It is in a gnv? a!. : -
the ro;.u.-i.e. S'am'iiig by it ii- i'i.
ee a ni.iL.;;.i.:( iic stf-ti-li of riv.-r. v. , . i,
wiMMihtK'i or; oiiu. llvti'y one v. Im ir.iv
Is that way i.ft-ii fci.o.vs tl;- si'i.l.a1..'!
has heard the .u-ry vf the ic.tr ;' ti :
Many yi ai a niovt r was ...-:: -
along that highway wiih hi family. I!
had li'-i'.iif-r nor aciiuai'iiaisc -
in Uif li'ign'iioii;. ,1, and. in fart.t'.i
population was spars1. His wife to
sick on the w.iv. a-.nl ne lail ny on
jounn-y at this place. tow iiug far al . .
the b. autifid rivr. lb- found no rem-
for hi-i wife's illness and rdie difd. Wi.ii
out hlp, and with i hnikeron save h
.laughter, then a little girl, he dr.;,- a
-rave and buried his wife then1. TL
headstone, if tiiere ever was one. de
cayed, and all trace of the identity of
the d-ad wiis lost. Ihit every one re-.
Fpected the burial place. '
Among those once familiar with thi
neighboihiod was Mrs. Martha Alie- I
man. now of t'lis city. Last week sh
was talking wi'.li an Indianapolis frie:?d
of childhood associations. The lic.v
friend in the course of the con versa ti -n
said : j
"There is one tiling that clouds my ;
early life, and that is that I do not knocr
where my mother is buried. I was still
young when my father died in the new j
community where we had settled. My j
motner had heen dead some years al
ready. All I reuiem'oer is that on a long
journey in a great covered wagon we
stopped on the batiks of a river. There.
in the earth, and I have faint recoliec-
Hons that it was a time of great sorrow,
for mother had died, and there father
all alone had buried her."
"Was there a great bluff along the
river and a road running near the sjiot
through the woods':"'
"Y'es; I can see the scene now pictured
in my mind. I remember the road ami
the bluff distinctly."
"Then, my dear madam," said Mrs.
Alleman, "I can tell you where your
mother is buried." And she related the
story as above.
The lady will go to Rochester and
thence across the country to her mother's
grave. Indianapolis News.
Curious I'at of u Shark.
The steamship Kansas City, of tl o
Ocean Steamship company, which ur
rived here on Wednesday niht fr;.:;i
Savannah, caused the death of a five
foot shovel nosed shark in a somewhat
unusual manner. Oil" Ilatteras Shoals,
steaming along at the rate of sev lit -:i
miles an hour, th- steamship ran its cut
water into the shark, striking the fisli
square amidships, so to speak. The
shark was v.nal.de to extricate itself j
owing to the intense pressure of the ;
In a few moments the sharp etein hal j
cut the nV-sh to the backbone, and this j
in turn breaking under the strain, the
shark assumed the shape of an inverted
V, hanging on either side of the b.w
like an old rope, tue head and tail being
srill connected bv the muscles ot tuB
back. Caught thus, the shark was
towed along by the steamship for some J
300 miles, and until the stop at quarar-
tine, when, rei-ased from the pressurs
of the water, t he body slowly sank.
Xew York Sun.
A Toy Industry l"'iti al. j
A remarkable token of the importance
of the toy industry in the ancient city of j
Xnrernburg is a Horded by the great i
gathering in one of the public halls at a
bannuet in celebration of the completion
of the 300,000th model steam engine by j
a well known maker. Among the guests i
were the heads of the municipality !i?;d ;
several industrial and commercial cor
porations. The little model which marks this
stage in the toy making industry of the
Nuremberg firm was constructed with
the latest improvements. It was adorned
with a laurel wreath, and exhibited in
the hall side by side, in order to show
the progress in construction, with a
model of the date It is said that
this factory alone has also turned out
more than ;J .,0.0 magic lanterns. Lou
Poets find sermons in stones, but
thieves (and philosophers) look for con
tents of a different kind. On Friday ths
Earl of Lathom laid the foundation
stone of a new lodge at Cambridge.
Yesterday evening the stone was found
to have been bodily removed. Thu
stone, according to the custom observed
on such occasions, contained a bottle in
which coins of the realm were duly
sealed up. The laborious method adopt
ed bv the thief is quite on a par with toe
historic mode of roasting pig immortal
ized by Elia. London Globe.
Car Rails I'ive Allies Long.
The electric welding of s treet railway
rails, as a t ubstitute for fish plates, has
been the subject of experimmt for some
time. The process is now said to be en
tirely successful, and it is possible to
weld by electricity two pieces of steel of
twenty-five square inches section, and i
therefore a solid rail four or rive mile? j
long can be had if required. The tests
are also said to prove that the necessity j
of joints to provide for contraction and
expansion is not so apparent as engineers (
have supposed. iev rk v orld.
Six KIueateI Toad.
Landlord J. W. Steen, of the Law
rence Junction hotel, has six well train
ed toads, which he has been instructing
for three months. The reptiles are train
ed to march, or h p in squads to catch
roaches. One has leeii trained to climb
a ladder, while another turns the crank
of a small churn. Cor. Pittsburg Dis
patch. Southampton losing Its Shipping.
X only have the jeninsular and
oriental steamers ceased going to South
ampton, but other companies owning
large steamers are now threatening to
go tilsewhere and abandon the use of th
Southampton docks. New York Timet.
i Every Month
k nr.rw n-nmra mffpr from Eiceuivl or
Scant Menstruation; they don't know
who to confide in to get proper advice.
Don t cbutidc in anybody but try
a Specific lor PAINiIjL, PROFt'SE.
SCANTY. SLPPRESiED and IRREGULAR
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Uliuee '..nilf-'lit 'lil mM. i)exi.sits it-i w. i
rid u.ierest ah .v. n, on ilie eerl ilieatea
Di-Hits ! niM.ii. available in ai; part. l
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I-IUIMITI V IlKMIT-
Hli-ln-M in.trkft t.ilr- fi.r oni.f
rants. State aim Ceun'y tioii'l".
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FLO UK AND FKKI).
Corn. Urmi, Shorts Oats snnl ISaled
Hay for sale as low as tbc lowest
atul del i eretl to any part oi the
COKXER SIXTH A.NP VINK
PLACES OF WORSHIP.
Catholic St. l'aul's church, sik. l-t-i-:i
tilth Sixth. Father Caiiiey, l'i.vr
Services: '-iss at K and in :.'jo A. M. St:ritMV
ScJkoI tt - :.';', wi'h benedict int..
Chkiti.i. ( Diiier l.-xiist siiui E;l."
S-l vices II i riiiliK Mid : vei -r.;. .'.- A
flul oway naster. Sunday School 1 a. v.
E IS' 'oval. St. Luke's Chinch, cm i t 'i n ' i
and ine. lv M U. Hmffi. s. K-".r s.ci
viees : 11 A. M. ai 1 7 :20P. M. Mil ciaj s- !i'".
at 2 :30 i'. m.
liKUJIAN" Mf.TJiiiUWT. Jl iier Six t !. St tt.i i
(iranite. lv. Jiiit. Factor. S-1 riee- : 11 A. x.
and 7 ;.:( V. M. Sunn-iy School Kk :V A M.
PXKfKVTFKlAS. Services 111 !! ft ' rd .'
ctr Mth aii'1 Granite s'-. ):-v .1 'i.;-;.
liHtoi . Siii.day-scrol at ! : : F'' "fi
a; 11 a. ii..i'.ii " u in.
'Jhe . i:. S. :. E "t fhi chinch rife
Sxtiluvth evenini? at 7 :15 in the I'Ji'fr i-rt
the cl i:crli. All are invited to atter.il there
Fll'.T MKTHODIST. Sixth St.. hrtv.ori Ma n
and Pearl. Kev. L. F. Kritt. 1. 1. nvd'.r
Service : 11 A. M.. :(i P. M Siit.irw.- ar-hoo.
9:30 A M. Prayer meetiig '.!. end ny cvcu
injj. tiFKMAN I'lii'SBVTrKiA.v.-Concr .Va:n wit
Ninth. Jv. Witte, pastor. Services ushai
hours. Sut.day hchnil a :3n a. r.
Swf.f.dish om:kh:tio.vai. (Jrariite. be
tween Fifth and sixth.
Coi-okfd Kaptist. Mt. Olive, t'ak. Mwen
Teutli and Eleventh. Kev. A. Ho'v-ell. na.s
tor. Service lis., m. and 7 y. in. Prayer
meeticir Wednesday evenimc.
Vorso MFS'S C'HKISTIAK AfHOtlATIOX
Koonis in V aterman Mock, Main street. ;ott
lel nieetir:!:. fr men only, everv Sut1ay af
ternoon at 4 o'clock. Kooms oen week d;ty
from a. m..to 9 : 30 p. in.
South Park Tabfrxacle. Ket. .1. M.
Wood, Factor. Services : Sunday School,
ida. m. : PreachiiiR, 1 1 . m. and 8 p. ;
prayer meeting Tuesday night ; choir prac
tice Friday night. All are welcome.
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